Monophobia: Fighting the Fear of Being Alone

Monophobia, also known as autophobia, can be devastating. What starts as slight discomfort when alone or in an unfamiliar place can quickly turn into uncontrollable panic attacks, vomiting, physical and verbal outbursts and other severe symptoms. Catching monophobia while it is developing can make treatment much easier. However, due to the nature of the disorder,…

How to Recognize Alcoholism

Alcoholism is a devastating disease that effects millions of people every year. Recognizing alcoholism in yourself or someone else can be difficult. Alcoholism is defined as a disease that allows a persons use of alcohol to interfere with their life and the basic functioning of their daily tasks, needs and responsibilities. The clinical way of…

9 Effective Heat Stroke Prevention Tips

Heat stroke is much more serious than heat exhaustion as it can cost you your life. People with heat stroke may suffer from fever, seizures, or may also go into a coma. However, heat stroke is predictable and preventable. There are two types of heat stroke; one is classic or non-exercise-induced the other is exertional…

Lessons From The Conditioner Bottle

The other day I was in the shower and faced a situation we all face at some point. My bottle of conditioner was almost empty and I needed to use the remaining bit. So I did what many of us have done – I turned it over and began to tap the top of the…

Diagnosing Sciatica

If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffers from Sciatica, you know all too well how it can negatively affect your life. But what is Sciatica? How is it diagnosed? Can it be healed? What is Sciatica? Many folks confuse sciatica to be a diagnosis. It’s not. It’s a symptom of a…

I Keep Choosing The Wrong Partner

Do you find yourself choosing a similar wrong partner over and over? This is what Laura asks about: "How can I get past the point of losing destructive and abusive relationships over and over just because I grow up in an abusive and dysfunctional family? Is it better to just remain single and grow with…

New Treatments for Advanced and Metastatic Melanoma

Melanoma, the deadly skin cancer, is on the rise. In the United States in 2010, there were estimated 68,130 new cases of invasive cancer and 46,770 of in situ melanoma. In the same year, 8,700 people were predicted to die from this malignancy. Melanoma is curable if it is detected early and can be surgically…

Everything About HEPATITIS C and Its Cure

What is Hepatitis C? Hepatitis C is a liver disease caused by Hepatitis C Virus or HCV. Nearly 3.5 million people suffer from this disease in the US alone. Nearly 70% to 80% of the acute infection cases do not display any sort of symptoms at all. This disease is termed as the silent or…

Suffering From an Autism Food Allergy?

An autism food allergy is a very serious problem. In fact, autism induced by allergies has recently been identified and occurs when a child's diet affects his or her autism symptoms. The children who are at the highest risk of an impact from an autism food allergy are those who have regressive autism. Regressive autism…

Lyme Disease – Diagnosis and Treatment

Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) is caused by the bacteria Borrelia Burgdorferi. Ticks can transmit the bacteria by biting humans. Deer ticks spread Lyme disease in the northeastern and upper Midwestern United States, while western-blacklegged ticks are responsible for its spread along the Pacific coast. A deer tick is any of several ticks of the genus…

About Acapulco

Mexico's first great resort destination, Acapulco is a stunning beautiful city located around a bay on the Pacific Ocean, with miles of easily-accessible beaches. It's truly in the tropics, with palm trees and other exotic plants everywhere. Views across the bay are gorgeous, the sunsets are legendary, and the city lights at night are lovely…

Cuba Is One Of Five Healthiest Countries in the World

"Healthy countries" is not the most popular information subject for mass media. Newspapers typically write about viruses, diseases or epidemics affecting the whole region at once. The American magazine "Foreign Policy" has published the rating of the five healthiest countries and explained its choice. Japan On the whole, the Japanese live longer than representatives of…